I give advice to men all the time, but today's post is not about being a man or woman; but a person. There is no one in this world that is perfect, so we all make mistakes or have made mistakes in the past. However, this doesn't mean that they are acceptable to make. Something I've learned is that mistakes are made mostly during times of ignorance. One either do not understand why their mistake is so, or simply just do not care that they made a mistake. When you're wrong then you're just down-right wrong.
In Life's Simple Point I wrote almost a chapter about the importance of saying "I am sorry." It's just a phrase, but one with meaning. You would be shock how many people cave once they are given an apology.... I take that back. Once you say sorry to someone, it imply that you've recognized your mistake and didn't mean any physical, mental or emotional harm. It's the power of sorry that I believe set wrong from right.
The 'power of sorry' is only felt emotionally to me. I believe this because mistakes sometimes cause wounds physically, mentally and emotionally but apologies come from mental mindset through positive emotions. For example, you say 'sorry' because in your mind you believe it is the best thing to do and will help close the problem that was created, in disregard to your pride.
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